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October 2015 Alternative Veterinary Medicine
Find tips for incorporating complementary and integrative medicine into your practice, and explore a series celebrating National Veterinary Technician Week. Plus, how much is too much when it comes to sharing personal information with clients?
How can you grow the practice by increasing visits from feline patients? Try these ideas to create a cat-friendly practice.
Veterinary physical rehabilitation encompasses a whole-body approach to patient assessment and treatment, and the foundation of treatment is therapeutic exercise. Explore these 5 therapeutic exercises in detail.
We can't do it alone. This first-hand perspective examines the evolving relationships between veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
Want to take your career in a new direction? Explore the many opportunities from these trailblazing technicians, plus get tips for career success.
What do today’s technicians need to know to succeed? Find out in this Q&A, celebrating National Veterinary Technician Week.
Clients can be very fragile when seeking help for a pet with a traumatic brain injury. Discover tips for handling these delicate situations.
A detailed practice protocol is critical to ensure the team is prepared to effectively handle TBI cases. Follow the steps in this team-training plan.
Time is critical when managing a traumatic brain injury and each team member plays an important part. Use this checklist to clarify your role.
The Modified Glasgow Coma Scale can help indicate the probability of survival and response to therapy for traumatic brain injuries.
Head trauma consists of both primary and secondary brain injuries. Are you prepared to combat the ensuing complications?
Cultivating a financially healthy practice can be challenging. Use these tips to determine how to balance increases in spending and revenue.
How can you integrate alternative therapies into your practice? These pointers can help you get started.
Integrative medicine has been a subject of great debate in the veterinary industry. Explore an expert’s opinion on alternatives to a surgery-first mindset.
Sharing personal stories can build rapport with your clients, but it’s important to maintain boundaries. Find out how much is too much.
Discover what you must be prepared to discuss when presenting a new procedure to a client.
Take advantage of this effective tool for practice growth, profitability, and health.
Be the veterinary team your clients trust. Use these tips to increase client retention in your practice.
Use the posts from this month's Social Media Calendar to inform clients of the different types of imaging and the diseases that can be diagnosed with these imaging tools.